Sal DeLorenzo Named District Operations Manager for The Common Man

Release Date: Dec 08,2014

ASHLAND, N.H. – The Common Man family in New Hampshire has hired Sal DeLorenzo as District Operations Manager for the six Common Man-named restaurants across the Granite State. 

DeLorenzo of Pepperell, MA brings a “been there, done that” experience and a strong foundation of The Common Man family culture to his position, having spent several years with The Common Man as both a General Manager and Director of Operations.  He will oversee front of the house operations for the six Common Man-named restaurants in Lincoln, Ashland, Concord, Claremont, Windham and Merrimack.

Over his 30-plus year career in the restaurant industry, DeLorenzo has held various leadership positions, serving in the role of Training General Manager, District Manager and Director of Operations with restaurants such as Papa Gino’s of America, Bertucci’s Brick Oven Pizzeria, Naked Fish and Cuban Cocktails, Legal Seafoods, Dunkin’ Brands and Not Your Average Joe’s.

DeLorenzo is a graduate of Boston College High School and The University of Massachusetts, Boston.  He grew up in the heart of Boston and now resides in Pepperell, MA with his family. He enjoys being involved with his hometown community and has been active with The Big Brother Association of Boston.

Founded in 1971 by owner Alex Ray, the Common Man family is made up of 16 restaurants, two Inns, a Spa and Salon, Company Store and The Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center.  Common Man locations include Common Man restaurants in Lincoln, Ashland, Concord, Claremont, Merrimack and Windham; Common Man Inn & Spa, Foster’s Boiler Room, Italian Farmhouse and The Flying Monkey in Plymouth; Common Man Inn & Restaurant in Claremont; Lakehouse Grille, Camp, Lago and Town Docks in Meredith; Route 104 Diner in New Hampton; Tilt’n Diner in Tilton; Airport Diner in Manchester; and the Common Man Company Store in Ashland.  The Common Man is currently renovating the Interstate 93 welcome centers both north and southbound in Hooksett, NH, which are now partially open with plans to finalize the Common Man eateries in early 2015.  For more information, visit or become a fan on Facebook at and find them on Twitter @thecmannh.


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